France has issued a warning that trains and planes from the UK could be turned back following a no-deal Brexit unless there are proper preparations in place.
An agreement has been reached on the principles of a deal to end the ‘scallop wars’ in the English Channel, the UK and French governments have said.
The UK fishing industry has been vocal about the opportunities leaving the EU could provide, and after UK fishing boats clashed with French boats in a so-called scallop war last week it is clear that tension between UK fishermen and their EU counterparts are high.
The European nations urged US President Donald Trump not to pull out of the accord.
US relationship with Russia 'worse than ever', says president
The US Secretary of State claims the nerve agent attack 'clearly came from Russia'
It is claimed the man took the money from a Loomis office, but he says he no longer has the stash
Police were able to find the family by posting about the letter on Twitter
Many are calling for Orelsan to be stripped of his Victories of Music awards
The woman is said to have been paid £22,250 after she claimed she was at the Bataclan concert venue
A 28-year-old man allegedly had sex with an 11-year-old girl in his apartment
The man works for a Swiss money transfer company
French drivers can only use their phone if they are in a parking space or broken down
Two police officers were injured and 18 migrants also had to be taken to hospital
Salah Abdeslam will stand trial for allegedly being involved in a shooting with police in March 2016
Jonathann Daval had claimed his wife never returned from a jog
Architect Steve Lawrence says a bridge between the two countries has already been looked at and that's why we made a tunnel
Boris Johnson's bridge would have to go some way to be as impressive as some of the longest in the world
Journalist Sandra Muller claims a senior TV executive told her 'you have big breasts, you are my type of woman, I will make you orgasm all night'
The Foreign Secretary has wondered whether the Channel Tunnel was actually just 'a first step'
The money will pay for fencing, CCTV and detection technology in Calais and other ports
The Bayeux Tapestry could be loaned to the UK within five years, if it can travel safely
It is thought Emmanuel Macron will discuss the matter with Theresa May this week
A YouTuber was out filming on his motorbike when he saw an elderly pedestrian get knocked over by a car
Cantona suggested in a 2016 interview that Deschamps' team selection was motivated by racism
Roughly 10,000 Australians were either wounded or killed on the Bullecourt killing fields in 1917
A huge search was sparked for the woman after she texted her boyfriend to say she'd been thrown into a car boot
Reports claim the van was not intentionally parked on the steps and police say the incident was 'not malevolent'
Traffic jams stretched for around six miles around the outskirts of Paris due to the protest
The four attackers stole eight bags of shopping as well as a bag which held luxury items
The girl ran away from her parents near Geneva’s central railway station
Station translations included Richard Lenoir to Richard the N****r and Villejuif which literally means Jewish Town simply being named Auschwitz
It is claimed relatives of the jihadists are going to employment centres in France to pick up the benefits each month
A large number of people had been staying in the old station, Saint-Sauveur Lille, and were expelled early on Tuesday morning
Several countries have seen a rise in support for far-right parties and some have even managed to get into government
The French Civil Code says children can be given any name unless it is against the interests of the child
The boy was bitten by a dog in Sri Lanka but became ill when he returned home to France
The former MP for Neath and Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the report which predicted Brexit to have a negative economic impact
Richard Tice, the co-founder of Leave.EU and Leave Means Leave co-chair, spoke to Julia about the OECD's predictions about Brexit and the call for a second referendum
An estimated 130,000 people don't have electrical power while roughly 48,000 remain without water
Gender equality minister Marlene Schiappa says it is necessary to bring harassment in the street into the law
The investigation into the alleged extremist has now ended in the wake of the text
The family of Sean Copeland and his son Brodie have filed a lawsuit against Google, Facebook and Twitter
Activists claim they are trying to prove how easily nuclear power plants can come under attack